Stop by this informative center before venturing out, to learn about the geology and history of the dunes or to chat with a ranger about hiking or backcountry-camping options. Be sure to ask about scheduled nature w…
Sharing an office with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), this office has topo maps and camping and hiking tips for the Spanish Peaks Wilderness, the Gold Belt Byway and the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
This excellent visitor center contains a small sampling of some of the 50,000 fossils that have been excavated from the area (including the only fossilized tsetse flies in existence).
This little visitor center can field all your questions about visits to the Sangres and the neighboring towns of Westcliffe and Silver Cliff.
This ranger office supervises all offices in the San Isabel and Pike National Forests, and the Comanche Grasslands to the east.
Supplies maps and information about local hikes. Eleven miles north of Antonito (3 miles south of La Jara) on US 285.
Just north of the central area, Parkview Episcopal Medical Center provides 24-hour emergency services.
The central branch of the Pikes Peak Library District is located in the heart of downtown.
Offers an array of maps and brochures detailing tourism options in southeast Colorado.
Has information about hiking on the west side of the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Area.